AKI Frontiers

Date

Friday 26 September 2014

Day

Venue Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
LONDON
W1G 0AE
Organised by

Nephrology Section

Accreditation

6 CPD points

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about this event

**Online registration for this meeting is now closed however we do still have limited spaces available which can be booked onsite at the RSM on Friday 26 September. For further information please contact nephrology@rsm.ac.uk or call +44 (0)20 7290 3937.**

Organised by the Nephrology Section of the RSM, this one day meeting will provide a key update on the management of acute kidney injury, the key risk factors for hospitalised AKI patients as well as focusing on the framework for collaborative AKI research in the UK, represented by the UKKRC National AKI clinical study group.

The meeting will be split into 4 key sessions featuring case presentations and discussion on AKI diagnosis, management and research while also having a focus on AKI care in regional UK areas.

agenda

08.30 am

Registration, tea and coffee

09.00 am

Welcome and introduction

Dr Chris Laing, UCL Centre for Nephrology, Royal Free Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and and London AKI Network and Dr Andrew Lewington, Consultant Renal Physician,St James’ University Hospital

09.05 am

The UKKRC National AKI Clinical Study Group: A framework for collaborative AKI research in the UK

Dr Nick Selby, Consultant and Associate Professor of Nephrology, Royal Derby Hospital

09.20 am

Is ACE and ARB use a risk factor for community acquired AKI?

Dr Laurie Tomlinson, Honorary Consultant Nephrologist, and Lecturer, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

09.40 am

What are the risk factors for AKI in hospitalised patients?

Dr Simon Ball, Consultant Nephrologist, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust and President, British Renal Society

10. 00 am

Development and implementation of an automated AKI risk assessment tool

Dr Lui Forni, Consultant Nephrologist and Intensivist, Worthing Hospital and AKI Section Chair, European Society of Intensive Care Medicine

10.20 am

Alert and response: Does mandated recognition and outreach improve outcomes in AKI patients? Part 1: The east kent experience

Dr Michael Bedford, Registrar, East Kent University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Dr Chris Farmer, Consultant Nephrologist, East Kent University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

10.40 am

Part 2: The Nottingham experience

Dr Mark Devonald, Consultant Nephrologist, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

11.00 am

Tea and coffee break

11.20 am

Improving quality in AKI care on the south east English coast: A regional improvement initiative

Dr Ed Kingdon, Consultant Nephrologist, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

11.40 am

Improving quality in AKI care in Malawi: An international educational experience

Dr Gavin Dreyer, Speciality Registrar in Nephrology, UCL Partners (North Central and North East Thames) and Kelly Wright, Practice Education Nurse, Royal London Hospital NHS Foundation Trust,and Bart’s Health NHS Foundation Trust

12.00 pm

What are the outcomes of AKI following critical illness?

Dr John Prowle, Consultant Intensivist and Nephrologist, Royal London Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and Bart’s Health NHS Foundation Trust

12.20 pm

Counting the cost of AKI: The economic impact of AKI on the NHS

Professor Donal O’ Donoghue, Consultant Renal Physician, Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, and Honorary Professor of Renal Medicine, University of Manchester

12.40 pm

NICE AKI: Key recommendations and challenges for implementation

Dr Mark Thomas, Consultant Nephrologist, Heart of England Foundation Trust and chair NICE AKI Guideline Development Group

13.00 pm

Lunch

14.00 pm

New frontiers in AKI biomarkers

Professor John Kellum, Professor of Critical Care, University of Pittsburgh

14.30 pm

High cut-off dialysis in multiple myeloma and severe AKI: EuLITE and beyond

Professor Paul Cockwell, Consultant Nephrologist, University Hospitals Birmingham

14.55 pm

Can remote ischaemic preconditioning reduce graft AKI in live donor renal transplantation? Results of the REPAIR Study

Professor Raymond MacAllister, Professor of Clinical Pharmacology and Divisional Director of Medicine, University College London

15.20 pm

Mechanisms of renal injury and repair in AKI

Professor Jeremy Hughes, Professor of Experimental Nephrology, University of Edinburgh

15.50 pm

Tea and coffee break

16.10 pm

Renal replacement therapy in AKI: New developments and future horizons

Professor Patrick Honoré, Professor and Senior Lecturer, VUB University Faculty of Medicine

16.40 pm

Acute kidney injury: A global perspective

Professor John Feehally, Professor of Renal Medicine, University of Leicester and Executive Committee Member and Past President, International Society of Nephrology

17.10 pm

Keeping kidneys healthy: The NHS England acute kidney injury programme

Dr Richard Fluck, Consultant Renal Physician, Royal Derby Hospital and National Clinical Director (Renal), NHS England

17.30 pm

Towards a unified theory for sepsis associated acute kidney injury

Professor John Kellum, Professor of Critical Care, University of Pittsburgh

18.00 pm

Close of meeting

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  • Online registration for this meeting is now closed. Places can still be booked onsite at the RSM on Friday 26 September 2014.
  • RSM Member Rates from £40
  • Non Member Rates from £50

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